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The NBS/NIST Special Publication series, first published as the NBS Miscellaneous Publication series, is comprised of material that, because of its character or size, does not fit into any of the other regular publication series. The Miscellaneous Publications series was published from 1918-1967, and in 1968 the series title was changed to Special Publications. It includes pamphlets, directories of specifications, proceedings of conferences sponsored by NIST, NIST annual reports, and other special publications appropriate to this grouping such as wall charts, pocket cards, and bibliographies.


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Congresses. 88
Bibliography. 44
Building 10
United States. 9
Measurement 8
Research 8
United States 8
Standards 7
Chemical kinetics 6
Indexes. 6
Analysis 5
Atomic transition probabilities 5
Metals 5
Testing 5
Cross sections (Nuclear physics) 4
Data processing 4
Metric system 4
Tables. 4
Trace elements 4
Weights and measures 4
Atomic spectra 3
Atomic spectroscopy 3
Bibliography. Energy levels (Quantum mechanics) 3
Bibliography. Nitrogen 3
Bibliography. Oxygen 3
Congresses. Ceramics 3
Congresses. Cross sections (Nuclear physics) 3
Congresses. Metals 3
Energy conservation 3
Fracture 3
Fracture mechanics 3
Information services 3
Infrared spectroscopy 3
Photonuclear reactions 3
Systems and standards. 3
Time-signals. Time 3
Bibliography. Nitrogen oxides 2
Buildings 2
Canada. 2
Catalysis 2
Ceramics 2
Computerized typesetting 2
Congresses. Buildings 2
Congresses. Fluorimetry 2
Congresses. Metallurgy 2
Congresses. Phosphorimetry 2
Congresses. Radiation 2
Conversion tables. 2
Corrosion and anti-corrosives 2
Developing countries 2
Directories. 2
Electronic digital computers 2
Engineering design 2
Fire prevention 2
Flow meters 2
Hydraulic engineering 2
Materials 2
Metric system. Weights and measures 2
Neutron cross sections 2
Phase diagrams 2
Physical measurements 2
Spectra 2
Spectrophotometry 2
Standardization 2
Standards, Engineering 2
Tables 2
Tables. Photonuclear reactions 2
This book is an elementary introduction to the laws of measurements. But the approach is not an abstract discussion of measurements, instead it depends upon getting you to make measurements and, by observing collections of measurements, to discover for yourself some of the properties of measurements. The idea is to learn something about measurement that will be useful-no matter what is being measured. Some hint is given of the devices that scientists and measurements specialists use to get more out of the available equipment. Understanding something about the laws of measurements, a person may be able to get the answers to your own research problems with half the usual amount of work. No young scientist can afford to pass up a topic that may double his scientific achievements. 2
United States. Fire prevention 2
United States. Hydraulic engineering 2
(2) the biological and health effects 1
(3) measurement considerations 1
A list of references is provided for published papers and reports containing rate constants or mechanisms for the oxidation of S(IV) by oxygen in aqueous solution, with or without catalysts. Three hundred and twenty papers are listed, the period covered extending from 1897 to 1981. 1
A regional seminar sponsored by the Korea Standards Research Institute, the National Bureau of Standards, and the U.S. Agency for International Development was held at the new K-SRI Laboratories at Daeduk near Dae Jeon in the Republic of Korea on September 27-28, 1978. The participants representing most of the countries in the South Asian and Western Pacific Region discussed the importance of providing services in measurement science and technology (metrology) to governmental and industrial organizations in the region. The consensus was that a need for a central national capability in metrology existed in countries at all levels of development, and that that central organization could be a focal point for intra- and international cooperation, which alone could lead to compatibility of measurements, a prerequisite for quality control for all kinds of products in domestic and international markets. Australia and New Zealand had established a group of accredited test laboratories to disseminate the accuracies inherent in the national measurement system. Industry was increasingly aware that metrology was essential to development, but the specific needs at appropriate accuracies needed to be established by surveys. The Korean Government strongly supported the establishment of metrological services as is well illustrated by the new K-SRI laboratories. 1
A workshop on possible contributions of cement and concrete technology to energy conservation by the year 2000 was held at the National Bureau of Standards on October 3 and 4, 1977. The purpose of the workshop was to identify and record ideas on possible contributions of cement and concrete technology to energy conservation in the near term and by the year 2000. This included consideration of current technology as well as areas in which technological advances might be realized. The workshop was divided into working groups on cement composition, cement production, blending materials, concrete production, efficient use of concrete, and institutional factors. The essential results from the six working groups were statements of Energy-Saving Opportunities, Research Needs, and Unresolved Issues. The statements, which are the major part of this report, are presented without critical analysis. They suggest, however, that there are a large number of possible opportunities which should be evaluated for their ability to contribute to energy conservation in the cement and concrete industries. 1
ASTM and NBS co-sponsored a Basestock Consistency Study (BCS) to assess the quality consistency of lubricating base oils. This study, which is the first of its kind, will impact on developing basestock characterization methodology and on efficient utilization of energy resources as well as their conservation through recycling. The purpose of this publication is to present the ASTM/NBS BCS data for data analysis. Monthly production samples from six re-refiners and four refiners were analyzed by 14 laboratories for a 13 month period. The results of over 55 tests are divided according to six major categories: rheology, physical properties, chemical properties, hydrocarbon type analysis, general performance tests, and oxidation and wear bench tests. The data are presented in tabular and grphical form, which is quite amenable to further data analysis. 1
Abstracts. 1
Abstracts. Modular integrated utility systems 1
Access control. Privacy, Right of 1
Aerosols 1
Alloys 1
An account of the initial U.S. concerns with, and subsequent efforts to cope with, the safe use of ionizing radiation A is given. National interest was focused in the National Bureau of Standards where radiation programs were established at the urging of, 1
An international workshop on the backfill A component of a multi-barrier under-ground isolation system for nuclear waste disposal/storage was conducted on April 13 and 14, 1981, at the National Bureau of Standards, Washington, DC. This report includes the papers presented and/or submitted to the workshop for publication. It also contains the surveyed results of a questionnaire distributed to the participants at the workshop. The workshop held a one-day informal indepth discussion on the subject and a summary of these discussions is included in this report, which states areas where further research and development needs are required to better understand the fundamental mechanisms of the backfill in the waste repository. 1
An introduction to the Transmittance Measurement Assurance Program (MAP) service is given. Documentation for the service is provided through a comprehensive list of references. The results of a pilot run for the MAP service are given in a sample calibration report. 1
Analysis. 1
Analysis. Natural products 1
Architecture 1
Asbestos 1
Assurance of measurement quality to meet requirements for regulatory agencies, marketplace equity, and productivity and quality control in manufacturing and research is challenged by unprecedented demands for sensitivity, speed, precision, and accuracy over wide ranges of properties and signal characteristics. New approaches are needed. Examples of NBS response, principally in electrical and electronic engineering are described. 1
Astrophysics. Spectrum analysis. Radiative transfer. 1
Atmospheres 1
Atmospheric chemistry 1
Automation 1
Bibliography. Atomic frequency standards 1
Bibliography. Carbon 1
Bibliography. Ceramics 1
Bibliography. Chemical kinetics 1
Bibliography. Chemical systems 1
Bibliography. Doppler effect 1
Bibliography. Electronic digital computers 1
Bibliography. Energy transfer 1
Bibliography. Equilibrium 1
Bibliography. Hydrocarbons 1
Bibliography. Hydrogen 1
Bibliography. Hydrogen halides 1
Bibliography. Information storage and retrieval systems 1
Bibliography. Isotopes 1
Bibliography. Metals 1
Bibliography. Metric system 1
Bibliography. Modular coordination (Architecture) 1
Bibliography. Spectrophotometry 1
Bibliography. Stark effect 1
Bibliography. Sulphur 1
Biomedical materials 1
Blood 1
Building laws 1
Building. 1
Catalogs. Public utilities. 1
Ceramic materials 1
Chemistry, Analytic 1
Chemistry, Inorganic 1
Collection and preservation 1
Color 1
Colorimetry 1
Column headings include the following: Quantity 1
Combustion 1
Commercial products 1
Complications 1
Computer programs 1
Conduction 1
Congresses. Accidents 1
Congresses. Antiquities 1
Congresses. Art objects 1
Congresses. Blood gases 1
Congresses. Ceramics cutting 1
Congresses. Chemistry, Analytic 1
Congresses. Chemistry, Inorganic 1
Congresses. Chemistry, Organic 1
Congresses. Coal gasification 1
Congresses. Coal liquefaction 1
Congresses. Coatings 1
Congresses. Color in architecture 1
Congresses. Color in interior decoration 1
Congresses. Combustion 1
Congresses. Database management 1
Congresses. Durable goods, Consumer 1
Congresses. Electrolytes 1
Congresses. Electronic data processing departments 1
Congresses. Electrons 1
Congresses. Environmental monitoring 1
Congresses. Fire prevention 1
Congresses. Foreign trade promotion 1
Congresses. Fracture mechanics 1
Congresses. Free electron theory of metals 1
Congresses. Government purchasing 1
Congresses. Hospitals 1
Congresses. Human engineering 1
Congresses. Hydrogen-ion concentration 1
Congresses. Industrial mobilization 1
Congresses. Ion-permeable membranes 1
Congresses. Manipulators (Mechanism) 1
Congresses. Materials 1
Congresses. Metals in surgery 1
Congresses. Metric system 1
Congresses. Microprobe analysis 1
Congresses. Molecular dynamics 1
Congresses. Monte Carlo method 1
Congresses. Nebulae 1
Congresses. Nonmetals 1
Congresses. Oil spills and wildlife 1
Congresses. Orthopedic implants 1
Congresses. Oxidation 1
Congresses. Patents 1
Congresses. Physical measurements 1
Congresses. Polymers 1
Congresses. Printing 1
Congresses. Refrigeration and refrigerating machinery 1
Congresses. Reliability (Engineering) 1
Congresses. Robots 1
Congresses. Scanning electron microscopes 1
Congresses. Simulation methods 1
Congresses. Solids 1
Congresses. Space environment 1
Congresses. Stars 1
Congresses. Surface chemistry 1
Congresses. Tissues 1
Congresses. Transport theory 1
Congresses. Ultrasonic waves 1
Congresses. Weapons industry 1
Conservation and restoration 1
Conservation and restoration. 1
Construction industry 1
Contained herein is a bibliography of sources of experimental and correlated thermodynamic data for the systems CO2 + NH3 + H2O, CO2 + H2S + H2O, H2S + NH3 + H2O, and CO2 + NH3 + H2S + H2O. The types of data in this bibliography include all types of equilibrium data, including both equilibria in solution and vapor-liquid equilibrium data, enthalpies, heat capacities, and densities. There are 215 references cited. 1
Conversion factor 1
Conversion tables. Rulers (Instruments). 1
Cooling 1
Critical phenomena (Physics) 1
Crystallography 1
Data processing. Medical records 1
Data transmission systems 1
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NBS/NIST Special Publications
by Brown, B. Floyd; Burnett, Harry C.; Chase, W. Thomas; Goodway, Martha; Kruger, Jerome; Pourbaix, Marcel
Topics: Corrosion and anti-corrosives, Congresses. Antiquities, Collection and preservation, Congresses....
Topic: The Sensor Handbook is intended as a guide for those who design, specify, use, and test military...
NBS/NIST Special Publications
by Smith, Julian F.; Brombacher, W. G.
NBS/NIST Special Publications
by Roth, Robert S.; Schneider, Samuel J.
Topics: Crystallography, Congresses. Chemistry, Inorganic, Congresses.
NBS/NIST Special Publications
by National Institute of Standards and Technology
NBS/NIST Special Publications
by Sectional Committee on Building Code Requirements for Minimum Design Loads in Buildings-A58
Topics: Cross sections (Nuclear physics), Congresses. Cross sections (Nuclear physics), Standards,...
Topics: Spectrophotometry, Congresses. Fluorimetry, Congresses. Phosphorimetry, Congresses.
Topics: Critical phenomena (Physics), Bibliography. Equilibrium, Bibliography.
Topics: Pyrolysis, Congresses. Oxidation, Congresses. Combustion, Congresses. Chemistry, Organic,...
NBS/NIST Special Publications
by Bowen, Brian; Charette, Robert P.; Marshall, Harold E.
Topics: Standards, Engineering, Indexes.
Topics: Color, Terminology. Colors.
Topics: Atomic spectroscopy, Bibliography. Energy levels (Quantum mechanics), Bibliography.
Topics: Mathematical statistics, Data processing, Congresses.
Topics: Ceramics, Finishing, Congresses. Ceramics cutting, Congresses.
NBS/NIST Special Publications
by Carter, G. C.; Kahan, D. J.; Bennett, L. H.; Cuthill, J. R.; Dobbyn, R. C.
Topics: Alloys, Indexes.
Topics: Phase diagrams, Congresses. Metallurgy, Congresses. Ceramics, Congresses.
Topics: Standards, Engineering, Indexes.
Topics: Ceramic materials, Congresses. Ceramics, Congresses.
NBS/NIST Special Publications
by Heinrich, K.F.J.; Newbury, D.E.; Myklebust, R.L.
Topics: Space simulators, Congresses. Space environment, Congresses.
NBS/NIST Special Publications
by Snyder, Wilbert F; Bragaw, Charles L.